I quite often come across online assessments that allow students to easily cheat. Whilst I don't believe these companies would knowingly do this, it still astounds me as these mistakes are elementary.
It is the online equivalent to handing out a paper based assessment, with the answer sheet stapled to the last page. Let me show you.
Here's a question from a real online White Card course (although I've purposely hidden the identity of the RTO):
Step 1: View the source. One way to do this, for instance in Google Chrome, is to right click on one of the options and select "Inspect Element" from the menu:
Step 2: Read. The source of the page is now viewable below, and you can easily see this 'Yes' option I clicked on has the value of "CORRECT":